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June 1, 2013


Lion's Club Fishing Derby Talihina, 918- 567 5358


June 7-9, 2013 What About Bob Chuckwagon Races 3610 Hayes Rd, Wilburton, 918-635-0338


June 14- 15, 2013


Wilburton Roundup Club Rodeo Long Lake Resort, Poteau, 918-635-0338


June 15, 2013


Cardboard Boat Regatta & 5K Race Long Lake Resort, Poteau, 918-635-0338


June 21, 2013


Summer Solstice Walks Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center


June 29, 2013


Antique Tractor & Implement Show Robbers Cave State Park, Wilburton


July 3, 2013


Choctaw Nation Fireworks Show Talihina, 918- 567-7000


July 4, 2013


Veterans Center Fireworks Show Talihina, 918-567-2251


Stars & Stripes Celebration Southeast Expo Center, McAlester 918-420-3976


Celebrate America DW Reynolds Center, Poteau, 918-647-9178


July 4-6, 2013


Independence Ride Ranch Horse Heaven Ranch, Talihina 918-567 4200


WFEC is a cooperative-owned generation and transmission company that supplies power to 18 electric co-ops in Oklahoma, along with Altus Air Force Base, plus four cooperatives in New Mexico, and other power users in Kansas and Texas.


David Ray, vice president of the board of Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, was re-elected as WFEC president for the coming year.


Other officers include Gary Crain of Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative in Seminole, assistant secretary- treasurer; Charles Hickey, trustee from Northfork Electric Cooperative


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David Ray (seated), director of Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, was elected as president of the Western Farmer's Electric Cooperative board of trustees. Other officers include (standing, from left) Gary Crain, Canadian Valley Electric Cooperative, assistant secretary-treasurer; Charles Hickey, Northfork Electric Cooperative, vice president; and Mike Lebeda, Kay Electric Cooperative, Blackwell, secretary-treasurer. PHOTO/WFEC.


WFEC Elects 2013 Officers


Officers for the Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC) board of trustees were elected during an organizational meeting hosted April 17 at WFEC's Anadarko headquarters.


in Sayre, vice president; and Mike Lebeda, Kay Electric Cooperative in Blackwell, secretary-treasurer.


Other Board members include: Colin Whitley, Alfalfa Electric; Bob Thomasson, Caddo Electric; Charles Wagner, Central Valley Electric (NM); Bob Holley, Choctaw Electric; Gene Peters, Cimarron Electric; Charles Spencer, Cotton Electric; Jerry Rempe, East Central Electric; Donnie Bidegain, Farmers’ Electric (NM); Bob Allen, Harmon Electric; Leslie Hinds, Kiwash Electric; John Ingle, Lea County Electric (NM); Ray O. Smith, Northwestern Electric; Rusty Grissom, Oklahoma Electric; King Martin, Red River Valley Electric; Jerry Partin, Roosevelt County Electric (NM); Gary Jones, Rural Electric; Lloyd Owens, Southeastern Electric; Fred Stowe, Southwest Rural Electric; and Heath Sirmons, Altus Air Force Base.


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